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Jan
17
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
May
13
comment What is the Ubuntu “built in virus protection”?
...marketing speech... - you got that right.
Jan
28
answered How can I change the Terminal prompt to something simple?
Dec
15
answered What strategies (especially available software) do you use to keep passwords safe?
Dec
15
answered Remove unity, back to gnome and desktop crash
Dec
13
comment Overwrote /bin/bash, after replacing still broken
Yeah Slink. I told you this is THE place!
Dec
12
accepted boot existing sda1 from USB
Dec
12
accepted Roll-your-own mysql-server (.deb) files and MySQL root password
Dec
12
accepted Off-line Repository and software removal
Dec
12
awarded  Commentator
Dec
12
awarded  Scholar
Dec
12
awarded  Supporter
Dec
12
accepted desktop byobu launcher doesn't read my ~/.byobu/windows.ssh_sessions file
Dec
12
comment desktop byobu launcher doesn't read my ~/.byobu/windows.ssh_sessions file
Thanks Ryan, +1 for the clue. Exact instructions are at ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=10228516#post10228516
Dec
12
comment desktop byobu launcher doesn't read my ~/.byobu/windows.ssh_sessions file
"gnome-terminal -x /home/jj/bin/Ubu-Screens.sh" is the launcher property
Dec
12
comment desktop byobu launcher doesn't read my ~/.byobu/windows.ssh_sessions file
Hrm.. Fixed. I ran byobu-launcher and setup some new windows. Then made a .sh script with byobu-launcher in it. chmod 700 (and a she-bang! of course)scr
Dec
12
comment desktop byobu launcher doesn't read my ~/.byobu/windows.ssh_sessions file
Thanks for the clue, but neither "gnome-terminal -x byobu-launcher" or just "byobu-launcher" from the desktop icon is reading the windows.ssh_sessions file. I even tried "gnome-terminal -x byobu-launcher -c ~/.byobu/windows.ssh_sessions". No love. Thanks.
Dec
12
asked desktop byobu launcher doesn't read my ~/.byobu/windows.ssh_sessions file
Dec
8
comment Roll-your-own mysql-server (.deb) files and MySQL root password
dis-regard my last comment, I am an idiot. 'sudo apt-get purge mysql*' does the job.